In a world where principles of sustainability are crucial to the future of our planet, architects, developers, companies, and governments are coming up with new solutions helping to a more sustainable environment.
According to The Sunday Times, the Oriole Village luxury homes have been designed with bioclimatic architecture combined with the use of renewable energies, turning this environmentally friendly development into a project for the future.
In addition to the use of bioclimatic architecture, journalist Cathy Hawker writes that Ombria is implementing a low-impact near-to-surface geothermal system and solar energy solutions - a useful power source in a region where the sun shines bright more than 300 days per year.
Ombria Resort’s commitment to sustainability incorporates economic, environmental and social responsibility in order to pioneer a naturally exceptional development in harmony with nature and the local community.
Alongside creating vital infrastructure, the resort aims at improving accessibility and creating new jobs and business opportunities, as well as sponsoring several sports teams and local non-profit organizations.
in The Sunday Times (6 Nov 2022)